£32,000 worth of cannabis seized from Wolverhampton house

By Jamie Brassington | Wolverhampton | Crime | Published:

Cannabis plants worth more than £30,000 have been seized from a house in Wolverhampton.

Some of the cannabis plants found in Wolverhampton

Around 100 plants were seized by police during a raid in Lewis Avenue, off Deans Road, at around 10.30am this morning.

Officers believe the plants were about to be harvested and would have been worth around £32,000.

No arrests have been made but police say they are working to catch the culprits who grew the Class B drugs.

Photographs from inside the property showed dozens of plants under artificial lights, alongside an electric fan, wires and insulation.

A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "Police were alerted to a cannabis factory in Lewis Avenue, Eastfield, Wolverhampton, just after 10.30am on December 20.

"Around 100 plants were found and enquiries are ongoing."

Anyone with information is asked to contact police quoting crime reference number 20WV/300128D/19.

Jamie Brassington

By Jamie Brassington
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